what kind of masage was it?what was it like? what did you like? what you didn't like? please give detailsHas anyone been on a professional masage in a salon or spa center?
The key with massage is not necessarily what kind, but how well the masseuse does and whether or not they listen to you. So if they are massaging too hard, they should listen to you if you want it to be more gentle. If you don't have much money to spend, then you can find a massage school and make an appointment - they always need clients to practice on. Also, massage therapy students need to log ';x'; number of hours on clients before they can be licensed, and they are not allowed to charge for those massages, although you should definitely leave them a tip. I've seen someone a couple of times who is logging hours and have been very happy, and he's not allowed to charge a fee (he has a room set up at the chiropractor's office). But if you have your massage at the actual school, the school may charge a fee. Being a client at a massage school should enable you to afford trying different styles of massage without it costing too much.
Hope this helps.Has anyone been on a professional masage in a salon or spa center?
you will feel great after a massage. sorry, i cant elaborate more.
yes it's great relaxing you should go every two weeks it really depend what types of massage you want but its excellent go have fun and enjoy